How to Really Love Your Teenager

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Victor Books, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 141 pages
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Guiding your child through the teenage years can be an exciting, challenging, and often perilous adventure. lt;p>Dr. Ross Campbell believes that parents experience their greatest difficulties at this stage because they are unable to relate to their teens. He states that parents often harbor misconceptions about disappointment. To complicate things further, parents who deeply love their teens don't always express that love in ways that make their teens feel loved and accepted. lt;p>In How to Really Love Your Teenager, Dr. Campbell offers ideas to help you create a solid, balanced approach for relating to your teenager. The skills you learn in this book will help you: lt;p>& communicate unconditional love amp; handle teenage anger . . . as well as your own amp; deal with adolescent depression amp; help your teenager grow spiritually and intellectually lt;p>Applying Dr. Campbell's wise instruction will help you and your teen move closer together. You may even be surprised at how exciting and fulfilling it can be to really love your teenager. lt;p>This best-selling book, originally published in 1981, has now been updated and expanded with new information on dealing with anger, attention deficit disorder, and spiritual nurturing. lt;p>Ross Campbell, M.D., lt;/i>is Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He is also the director of the Southeastern Counseling Center in Chattanooga, where he has a psychiatric practice. His other books include the best-selling How to Really Love Your Child. Dr. Campbell and his wife Pat have four grown children.

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This is a terrific book that any parent, wanting to help their teens through those awkward years, will agree is a gem! It has not only shown me how to best communicate and love my teens, it has also ... Read full review


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Campbell, in addition to his church educational responsibilities, is an associate professor of pediatrics and psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine.

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